Khao Prathap Chang Open Safari and Wildlife Breeding Research Station (สวนสัตว์เปิด สถานีวิจัยกา, in Tambon Pak Chong, in Thailand.
It is the only station under the responsibility of the Royal Forest Department which has a laboratory to foster and reproduce tigers and other animals such as goat-antelope, guinea fowl, deer, etc. most of which are donated or seized and brought to be protected and reproduced. After that, they will live in the Khao Prathap Chang Open Safari which has an area of about 26 rai (41,600 square metres). Admission is free but donations for animal’s food and safari maintenance is accepted.